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The man was having a S-Pole adventure a few years back with his friends and they encountered an accident. They were caved in, no food supply. But they needed sustenance desperately. They were originally four or five I think. One of them suggested that they tried to dig their way out. All of them agreed. So the 2 set out leaving the man and another man in the cottage. Days passed and the 3 did not come back. The other man volunteered to set off and look for the 2 friends that are missing. He came back alone but with some meat in hand. He said to the man that he could not find the others but found penguins instead. Both men starving they cooked the penguin meat and made penguin soup. The man and his friends were rescued days after.

 

A few years after, the man is going home from work. He is adventurous that's why he takes the different road in going home. He sees an exotic restaurant. He decided to eat in the restaurant and orders for Penguin Soup. 

He takes a sip, pays for it, and leaves. When he gets home, he shoots himself.

 

 

Now the puzzle is, WHY did he kill himself?

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Maybe he realized that he ate his friends after tasting a real penguin soup.

 

 

Maybe he notice the difference in flavor. Then had a quick realization that he ate his friends. Because he felt Guilty, he killed himself

 

Tama po. My bad, supposedly sa north pole yung adventure. hehehe

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In a darkroom and you have one match left, which do you light first, the newspaper, the candle or the lamp?

 

Which word is the odd one out: First- Second- Third- Forth- Fifth- Sixth- Seventh- Eighth

 

 

If a peacock can lay one egg on day 1, and lay two eggs on day 2; Logically how many eggs do you think the peacock can lay on day 3?

 

In the final stretch of a marathon, you quickly ran by the person who is in second place, what place are you in?

 

A grandfather, a father and two sons went hunting, everyone shot a duck, how many ducks did they bring home?

 

Who's bigger? Mr. Bigger, Mrs. Bigger or their baby?

 

A farmer has 17 sheep and all but 9 die. How many are left?

 

How many of each kind of animal did Moses take on the ark?

 

3 birds sitting on a tree branch, a hunter shoots and miss, how many birds left on the tree branch?

 

An Eskimo is looking out of his window at his home in Alaska. He saw a huge bear walking towards his house. What color is the bear?

 

enjoy the rest of the holidays!!

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1. You light the match first

2. Forth. Fourth dapat siya.

3. Peacocks dont lay eggs. Peahens does.

4. 2nd place. Kasi 2nd place naman yung naovertake-an mo. Haha

5. Pass hehe

6. Lahat sila? Bigger lahat sila haha

7. Pass ulit. Hahahaha

8. Wala ata? Si Noah ata yun? Hahahaha

9. Wala na din. Hahaha lumipad na lahat

10. Brown? Hahaha

I tried my best. Di ko alam iba. Yung uba hula lang hahaha. Pampagoodvibes sagutin eto. Hahaha nice!

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Pahabol sa 5 at 7 na di ko nasagutan nung una.

Sa 5 wala? Kasi bumaril lang naman sila?

Sa 7 farmer yun edi magsasaka. So wala siyang sheep? Dapat shepperd tama ba? Hahahha

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1. light the match first

2. if by spelling its the "Forth" 

3. none: peacocks are male and don't lay eggs at all, only the peahens lay eggs.

4. 2nd

5. 3

6. their baby

7. 9

8. 0

9. 0

10. white

 

 

d ko sure ung 6-10 hula lang :D hahahaha

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1. Light the match

2. Forth

3. Peacocks don't lay eggs

4. 2nd

5. 3 ducks

6. All d them. Bigger is surname.

7. 9 sheeps

8. Noah built the ark not Moses

9. No birds unless bingi yung mga ibon

10. Polar bears has black skin but a transparent fur. The white comes from the light reflected upon it yo camouflage them in the snow.

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Correct answers are below:

 

1     The Match

2     Forth

3     0

4     2nd

5     3

6     Their baby

7     9

8     0

9     0

10     White

Edited by Irako

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At last month's rehearsal, four top athletes competed in two qualifying 400 metre races.

As the results were expected to be mislaid, various notes were taken to ensure the accuracy of the overall placings:

No-one finished both races in the same position.

John beat Mr Donald in both races.

Steve Curtail came third in the second race and Dave came last in the first race.

In the second race, Mr Arnold won and Mr Bowler came last.

In the first race, Steve beat Kev, but Kev beat John.

Can you determine who finished where in each of the races?

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First Race: From first to last: Steve Curtail, Kev Bowler, John Arnold, Dave Donald

Second Race: From first to last: John Arnold, Dave Donald, Steve Curtail, Kev Bowler

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Ayos to ah! Ako po may puzzle din...

 

There are two doors with two guards. One guard lies and one guard speaks the truth. One door leads to freedom and the other leads to certain death. You need to find out which door leads to freedom by asking one of the guards one question answerable only by "yes" or "no". What would be your question? :D

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Ayos to ah! Ako po may puzzle din...

 

There are two doors with two guards. One guard lies and one guard speaks the truth. One door leads to freedom and the other leads to certain death. You need to find out which door leads to freedom by asking one of the guards one question answerable only by "yes" or "no". What would be your question? :D

 

"If I ask the other guard where is the door that leads to freedom, what door would it be?"

If you ask either guards the same question, they will both point to the door of death, then you will just have to choose the other door.

Paano ko ba ieexplain to, medyo tricky eh hahaha!

If you will ask the honest guard, he will point to the door of death, because it is his way of telling the truth that the other (liar) guard will be lying about which is the door to freedom.

If you will ask the liar guard, he will likewise point to the door of death, because he will tell a lie that the other (honest) guard will point to the door of freedom.

Basta yun na yun.

 

E2 pa isa po... simple lang...

 

Before MOUNT EVEREST was discovered ... what was the highest peak in the world? :D

 

Still Mount Everest. Though undiscovered, it is still the highest peak in the world.

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Oh... one more thing Sir @Soundnin714... you have to be specific about the door. You can't ask any of the guards "what" door would it be because the question was answerable only by yes or no. F.Y.I. :D

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